Grover Cleveland

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Noun1.Grover Cleveland - 22nd and 24th President of the United States (1837-1908)Grover Cleveland - 22nd and 24th President of the United States (1837-1908)
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1886: The Statue of Liberty Enlightening The World - to give it its full name - was dedicated by President Grover Cleveland as a monument to democracy.
IN 1887, PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND vetoed a bill providing seeds to drought-stricken Texas farmers, finding "no warrant for such an appropriation in the Constitution.
In response, President Grover Cleveland declared the strike a federal crime and sent troops in to break it.
Above the scripted signatures of President Grover Cleveland, the speaker of the House and the vice president, the 83-word law declared that the first Monday of September would be "the day celebrated and known as Labour's Holiday".
In 1894 the United States Congress unanimously voted to approve legislation to make Labour Day a national holiday which was signed by President Grover Cleveland.
Both Bush and Harrison lost by less than a point to Vice President Al Gore and incumbent President Grover Cleveland respectively, according to Dave Leip's Atlas of US Presidents.
In 1895, US President Grover Cleveland proudly sponsored the first electrically lit Christmas tree in the White House.
com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/11/19/americas-most-famous-statue-was-muslim-before-she-became-lady-liberty/) Oren described the dedication ceremony for the completed monument in October 1886 as a crowded affair: "The thousands of spectators who listened as President Grover Cleveland pledged 'not [to] forget that liberty here made her home' gazed up at a creation that bore little resemblance to the one Bartholdi had visualized for Egypt.
The company that first made it claims it was named for the daughter of President Grover Cleveland.
A political appointee of President Grover Cleveland, W.
Army scout and led a delegation to Washington to present a petition to President Grover Cleveland in a vain attempt stop the deportation of Apaches to Florida.
In 1886, the Statue of Liberty, a gift from the people of France, was dedicated in New York Harbor by President Grover Cleveland.